When we hear the name “Peter Paul Rubens”, we immediately think of illustrations of lush, naked women. Although these only represent a fraction of his works, yet they are the ones that we all know.
The Flemish painter was born in 1577 in Siegen, Germany and is considered the epitome of Baroque painting. During his lifetime his art was already so popular, that a large number of students wanted to be be trained by him; his apprentices include J. Brueghel d. Ä., A. van Dyck and F. Snyder.
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